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    Les types de phrase.


    Bonjour !

    Voici la leçon:

    Les différents types de phrases sont:

    Phrase déclarative: c'est une phrase qui déclare quelque chose. Elle se termine par un point (.).

    Exemple: Mon cahier est rouge.

    Phrase interrogative: c'est une phrase qui pose une question, demande quelque chose. Elle se termine par un point d'interrogation (?).

    Exemple: As-tu des animaux ?

    Phrase exclamative: c'est une phrase qui exclame, exprime l'étonnement. Elle se termine par un point d'exclamation (!).

    Exemple: Quelle belle cuisine !

    Phrase impérative: c'est une phrase qui donne un ordre, un conseil. Elle peut se terminer soit par un point (.) soit  par un point d'exclamation (!).

    Exemple: Va plus vite !

    Dans cet exercice vous devez trouver quel est le type de phrase.

    Bon courage !





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